This chain started in California in the late 50s. We like it because one of us can have breakfast and the other can have dinner at the same meal. They also have seniors meals (like children's meals in that they are reduced amounts, but with more choices) which Bob likes because he doesn't eat a lot of food at meals.
I have not actually been to this particular IHOP
Favorite Dish: A Parent's Magazine review quoted on the IHOP website said: "This breakfast favorite also makes a good lunch and dinner choice for families. IHOP provides lots of options - great for the picky eaters in your party. Kids love the waffles and pancakes (available all day), but there's also a full menu of lunch and dinner options, including sandwiches and full entree plates. Here, timing is everything. Reviewers suggested trying the restaurant in the afternoon or early evening. On weekend mornings, IHOP's fare tends to sell like hotcakes."